Reduce alcohol and tobacco consumption with Chinese remedy, also kudzu is generally used for the following conditions: symptoms of menopause, Diabetes, colds, fever
The therapeutic virtues of kudzu are very numerous and stem from its biochemical complexity. In Japan, in kampo medicine, it is an emergency muscle relaxant. Kudzu is considered a cold plant, therefore relaxing, useful against certain headaches, excessive alcoholism, certain infectious diarrhea. It helps to quit smoking, alcohol and other drugs. The dependencies decrease and the user sees his consumption reduced. It would also act on the central nervous system, in particular the pineal gland which would explain its calming, anti-stress action, can be antidepressant like St. John's Wort. It also has hepatoprotective properties.
Kudzu Calming tonics (alcohol, tobacco ..)
Kudzu has been used as a treatment for alcohol abuse and addiction in Chinese medicine for nearly 2,000 years. Studies suggest that Kudzu extract significantly reduces the need for alcohol (Keung 1993). A recent, placebo-controlled study found that people who had the possibility of binge drinking significantly reduced their alcohol intake after taking a standardized Kudzu extract (Penetar 2015).
Kudzu is currently appearing in drug addiction treatments (alcohol, tobacco, etc.). This is not his only virtue. It provides melatonin and estrogen, quickly calms the digestive system, hunger and nausea, increases resistance to stress and the feeling of satiety, beta-blocking action (b1). Dilates blood vessels, reduces platelet aggregation and serotonin production, acts on the pancreas and stomach (diarrhea, colitis), relieves neck stiffness, excessive sweating and fever. Contains bioflavonoids: puerarin (rotenoid) lowers eye pressure, daidzein (isoflavones) which is also found in soya has an estrogenic effect.